Back to JoePa, it's only a matter of time before the moronic alums blame the BoT for his death, whenever that occurs.
You say that like it hasn't already been done. I've seen the BoT, McQueary, Media, and even BOB by one guy blamed for this.
Rather than spending my night individually responding to the uproar of people equating an 85 year old football coach with lung cancer to a man who single handedly led the genocide of thousands of innocent people, I'm going to go out and enjoy my Saturday night and pray for the well being of him and all those suffering from illness and poor health.
Get over yourself. Even if you don't agree with it, the man was part of a very recent and reprehensible cover up of an atrocity. Sympathy will be limited for many, and I'm being kind with that.
I'm disappointed this is happening on multiple levels. Firstly, I don't think he's an inherently evil person (I think he was a coward of monstrous proportion though), so there's a level of sympathy. Don't like seeing people dying. 2) That he'll never see the stand again is also disappointing.